Senator Michael Roberson

Minority Leader
Party: Republican

Legislative Service

  • Nevada Senate, 2011 -Present (first elected November 2010)
  • Majority Floor Leader, 2015
  • Minority Floor Leader, 2013-2014

Education

  • University of Kansas, Lawerence, Kansas, B.G.S., Political Science
  • University of Kansas School of Law, J.D.

Personal

Occupation: Attorney
Born: 1970 - Webb City, Missouri
Spouse: Liberty Leavitt

Primary Sponsor

SR1 Adopts the Standing Rules of the Senate for the 78th Session of the Legislature. (BDR R-942)
SB1 Makes an appropriation to the Legislative Fund for the costs of the 78th Legislative Session. (BDR S-935)
SR2 Provides allowances to the members of the Senate for periodicals, stamps, stationery and communications. (BDR R-944)
ACR2 Provides for the voluntary transfer of a portion of Legislators' salaries to the State General Fund. (BDR R-958)
SR3 Recognizes the appointment of the Senate session staff. (BDR R-945)
SCR3 Temporarily suspends subparagraph (1) of paragraph (d) of subsection 1 of Joint Standing Rule No. 14.2. (BDR R-1261)
ACR3 Honors Nevadans who have lost their lives in the Global War on Terrorism. (BDR R-202)
SR4 Inducts Dean Rhoads into the Senate Hall of Fame. (BDR R-1268)
SR5 Inducts Terry Care into the Senate Hall of Fame. (BDR R-1270)
SR6 Inducts Randolph J. Townsend into the Senate Hall of Fame. (BDR R-1269)
SR7 Adopts new Standing Rules of the Senate for the remainder of the 78th Session of the Legislature. (BDR R-1275)
SJR17 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to expand the rights guaranteed to victims of crime. (BDR C-952)
SB133 Authorizes the reimbursement of teachers for certain out-of-pocket expenses. (BDR 34-118)
SB134 Makes various changes relating to the provision of a bond in certain civil actions. (BDR 2-948)
SB154 Revises provisions relating to common-interest communities. (BDR 10-725)
SB160 Enacts provisions relating to civil liability for certain acts. (BDR 3-939)
SB161 Revises provisions governing product liability. (BDR 3-949)
SB162 Revises provisions relating to insurance. (BDR 57-950)
SB167 Revises provisions relating to employment. (BDR 18-265)
SB170 Provides for a partial abatement of certain taxes for new or expanding data centers and related businesses in this State. (BDR 32-765)
SB171 Revises provisions governing the issuance of permits to carry concealed firearms. (BDR 15-597)
SB175 Makes various changes relating to public safety. (BDR 15-515)
SB192 Revises provisions relating to sexual conduct between certain persons. (BDR 14-731)
SB199 Revises provisions regarding outdoor advertising. (BDR 35-771)
SB207 Revises provisions relating to financing of school facilities. (BDR 30-1256)
SB217 Revises provisions relating to policies of health insurance. (BDR 57-836)
AB232 Revises provisions governing health districts. (BDR 40-694)
SB239 Revises provisions relating to real property. (BDR 9-970)
SB240 Makes certain changes relating to public safety. (BDR 14-955)
SB241 Revises provisions relating to collective bargaining. (BDR 23-1030)
SB242 Requires payday lenders to use best practices. (BDR 52-953)
SB243 Revises provisions relating to animal shelters. (BDR 50-280)
SB250 Revises provisions relating to policies of health insurance. (BDR 57-687)
SB251 Ratifies the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact. (BDR 54-576)
SB291 Provides for the determination of damage awards in certain civil actions. (BDR 3-951)
SB292 Revises provisions relating to certain civil actions involving negligence. (BDR 3-954)
SB293 Revises provisions relating to the disposition of unspent campaign contributions. (BDR 24-596)
SB296 Revises provisions relating to exemplary or punitive damages in certain civil actions. (BDR 3-940)
SB300 Revises provisions related to comparative negligence. (BDR 3-938)
SB304 Revises provisions relating to motor vehicles. (BDR 43-774)
SB307 Revises provisions relating to public officers and candidates for public office. (BDR 17-768)
SB308 Provides funding for certain public works projects. (BDR S-764)
SB314 Revises provisions governing certain health districts. (BDR 40-957)
SB315 Revises provisions concerning pay for certain state employees for legal holidays. (BDR 23-508)
SB317 Makes certain changes relating to economic development. (BDR 18-91)
SB320 Revises provisions relating to time shares. (BDR 10-1034)
SB321 Revises provisions concerning real property. (BDR 9-728)
SB325 Revises provisions relating to state purchasing. (BDR 27-1024)
SB329 Revises provisions relating to partnerships. (BDR 7-784)
SB332 Makes an appropriation to the Clark County School District to carry out a program of peer assistance and review of teachers. (BDR S-763)
SB333 Revises provisions governing the homestead exemption. (BDR 10-971)
SB334 Proposes to exempt sales of certain durable medical equipment, mobility-enhancing equipment, hearing aids, hearing aid accessories, and ophthalmic or ocular devices or appliances from sales and use taxes and analogous taxes. (BDR 32-262)
SB348 Revises provisions governing unclaimed property. (BDR 10-770)
SB391 Revises provisions governing educational instruction in the subject of reading. (BDR 34-644)
SB394 Revises provisions relating to the protection of children. (BDR 38-264)
SB396 Contingently reduces by half the valuation of certain vehicles for the purpose of determining the amount of governmental services taxes imposed. (BDR 32-119)
SB406 Revises provisions relating to public retirement systems. (BDR 23-1049)
SB511 Establishes the Teach Nevada Scholarship Program and incentives for new teachers in certain schools. (BDR 34-1277)

Co-Sponsor

ACR4 Memorializes former Assemblyman Joseph “Joe” Michael Hogan, Sr. (BDR R-1260)
ACR5 Memorializes former Assemblyman Peter L. “Pete” Livermore. (BDR R-1259)
SCR8 Commemorates the 30th anniversary of the sister-state relationship between the State of Nevada and Taiwan. (BDR R-1265)
AB191 Revises provisions governing taxes on fuels for motor vehicles. (BDR 32-667)
SB220 Requires instruction on financial literacy in public middle schools and junior high schools. (BDR 34-654)
SB229 Provides for the issuance of special license plates indicating support for Second Amendment rights. (BDR 43-713)
SB261 Makes various changes relating to certain research facilities. (BDR 50-56)
AB364 Revises provisions relating to the state business portal. (BDR 7-696)
SB386 Revises provisions relating to motor vehicles. (BDR 40-675)
SB397 Revises provisions relating to the funding formula for K-12 public education. (BDR 34-563)
SB405 Expands the program of Zoom schools and the provision of programs and services to children who are limited English proficient in certain other schools. (BDR S-887)